On-demand fitness service Fiit has launched on Sky Q, enabling subscribers to follow a multitude of workout classes from their own homes.
The app has more than 600 classes available on demand, ranging from HIIT workouts and combat training to yoga and pilates, all fronted by industry-leading trainers.
The launch of the service comes after a surge in home workouts during the coronavirus lockdown earlier this year and ahead of similar restrictions possibly being imposed as winter approaches.
"With Fiit on Sky Q, we're making it easier for people to enjoy their fitness journey at home," said Fraser Stirling, Sky's chief product officer.
"This is just the first fitness experience to come to the platform, reflecting how important Sky Q is to home life.
"TV is now about much more than our favourite show or movie, it's how we listen to music, it's about education, gaming, health and wellbeing and much more, and Sky Q continues to bring you more of what you love in one place in a way that's easy and simple."
In the coming months Fiit via Sky Q will introduce two, four and six-week training plans as well as live workout service Fiit Club and the ability to link heart monitor devices to Sky Q.
All Sky Q customers have free access to 24 of Fiit's classes as well as a free trial, with full subscription plans starting at £20 a month.